Accessory makers have kept their USB-C powder dry until CES and have announced a flurry of new devices. Here's a visual roundup of many of the notable USB-C devices seen this week. The spectrum ranges from simple cable adapters to hubs, displays and storage.
CES 2016 is well under way, but that hasn't stopped the Apple news from coming in. Bryan Chaffin and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to look at Apple's executive pay scale and the company's declining stock value. They also have more to share from the CES expo floor.
Continued volatility in global markets and recent concerns about this quarter's iPhone sales pushed shares of Apple lower in pre-market trading, and resulted in the company's stock opening below $100 for the first time since October 20, 2014.
A shareholder proposal that would force Apple to increase racial diversity among its senior leadership will be up for vote at the company's annual meeting in February. Apple opposes the measure, arguing that the company is already committed to diversity, and that the proposal's requirements would be unduly burdensome on management.
John F. Braun learns about Cassia Hub, which allows one to interact with up to 22 Bluetooth devices, at ranges up to 1000 feet.
John F. Braun learns more about TrackR bravo, an enhanced version of the original tracking product, and TrackR atlas, a device to extend the range of your TrackR, and even track non-TrackR devices.
LAS VEGAS - John F. Braun checks out Speedify Mobile for iOS, a platform that offers both reliable network connections, as well as the ability to bond Cellular and Wi-Fi connections for increased speed.
LAS VEGAS - Chatlight is one of those products I hope catches on. Why? Because lighting matters, and the sad truth is that the vast majority of us are poorly lit in self-made videos and selfie photos. Chatlight is a clip-on LED light (it's not a flash) designed to light individuals for videos.
CES 2016 is officially kicks off today, but there's been enough happening pre-show to keep us plenty busy. Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to talk about some of the interesting products they've seen, and to look at the trends emerging at this year's event.
Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um is the latest to weigh in on Apple's rumored iPhone production cut, lowering his guidance for the company's shares to between $120 and $130, but noting that he expects Apple to bounce back with record revenue when the iPhone 7 launches later this year.
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